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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuetday, October 31, 1972 THE LFTHBRIDGE HERAID 19 BULLET HOLE IN PLANE An Eastern Airlines 727 jet laxis into Miami national Airport (left) after a kip from Cuba. Photo at right shows details of door where skyjackers earlier kilted an airline employee and wounding anolher in Houston, Tex. Guard s after jail break V [Cidnap suspect remanded MONTREAL (CP) One' guard has been suspended pending the findings of a dis- ciplinary board convened lo in- vestigate the possibility ot neg- ligence in the escape of five men from the Archambault In- stitute, Solicitor-General Jean- Pierre Goyer said Monday. He also announced that the RCMP has been asked to con- duct an independent investiga- tion lo determine whether any employee at the maximum-se- curity institution should be held criminally responsible in Ihe Sunday night escape. The disciplinary board was convened Monday lo "look into the question of negligence by years for attempted murder. The escape was the second rom a Montreal-area federal prison during Uie weekend. Four men escaped Saturday night from the medium-security Leclerc Institute in nearby Laval after sawing through the employee, Goyer said. a Mr. bars in jumping their cell two floors window to the The five escaped from the in- stitute, In nearby Ste. Anne des Plaines, after locking two cooks, a driver and several other prisoners in a walk-in re- frigerator. Police said the men hid in mobile food warmers fol- lowing their evening meal and then surprised the kitchen staff. The men were identified as: Gilles Tardif, 2a, serving a life sentence for murder; Ronald Bernard, 22, serving 21 years for armed robbery; Albert Thibault, 31, scving 12 years for armed robbery; Andre Blouin, 30, serving 15 years for armed robbery; and- Pierre Longpe, 26, sentenced u 15 ground and scal-'ng a fence. ace part of heart WASHINGTON (Router) Surgeons at a United States Ai Force hospital in San Antonio Tex., successfully replaced par of a girl's heart in the seconi known operation of its kind t correct a condition that usuall; results in death, the defence dp partment said Monday. The girl, Wanda Kirklarid, 1: was suffering from tricuspid a resia, in which Ihere is n opening between the upper an lower chambers of the rigl side of Ihe heart. In a seven-hour operatio Sept. 12 an aortic valve aorta taken from another bod were grafted on to her hear She is recuperating at he home in Leeds, Ala. Draft dodgers would stay in Canada TORONTO (CP) Spokcs- nen for resistcncc groups ay that most U n i I e d Slalcs irmy deserters and draft dodp- rs living tiere would remain in Canada even if U.S. authorities ftcr them amnesty. Lasl w e c k e n d President said there would be no mnesty. Dan Zimmerman, a 23-year- Id draft dodger working for a >roui> called the Toronto Anti- )raft Program, said in an in- erview (hut about 90 per cent f draft dodgers and 50 per cent of coserter.s woutd remain in Canada, amnesty or not. Dee Charles Knight, manag- ng editor of Amex-Canada, a )i-monlhly magazine f o r war resistors, predicted public pres- sure eventually would bring amnesty. Cut he said in an interview that amnesty would be a while in coining because the U.S. still needs the draft to maintain a standing army and would make scapegoats of draft dodgers tr the early post-war period. Steven Yates, who won c Bronze Star in Vietnam for sav ing a naval companion's lif peeled lo go before the nationa assembly late next month, amends the constitution to es- tablish the ruling United Na- tional Independence party of President Kenneth Kaunda as Zambia's only legal political grouping. EDMONTON (CP) Envir- nment Minister Bill Yurko said londay thai cities which dump nd sand-laden debris into the Saskatchewan River are ot contributing measurably to Dilution. Mr. Yurko was replying in lie legislature to a question by V. F. Purdy, a government member for Stony Plain. "We now have legislation to this without any diffi- culty replied the minister. "However, we have been run- ning a review of all aspects of this problem and find that the >ollulion problem is really in- significant and that it's more a problem of esthetics. The main area of concern, said Mr. Purdy, is snow re- moved from city streets anrl clumped into the river. He ex- pressed foars that seriously affect the ecology of the river which passes through Edmonton. There is a certain amount of silt acknowledged Mr. Yurko, "but this is small in relationship to the silt car- ried by the river." Trimac earnings show increase CALGARY (CP) Trimai Ltd., a .truck transport com pany, earned or 41 cente a share during the firs half of this year. In tile same six months o 1871, net income was or 51.8 cents a share when fewer shares were outstanding. Gross operating revenue rose lark that vehicles lor use in un- evelopcd areas, frozen pork, oney, possibly some feed raiiis and some petrochemical roducls are among those ex- Tected to be exported ot Japan. "We certainly hope we'll be .loving into the area ot steel woducts and that, in turn, will je dependent on how active the follow-up to our trip, has been to Japan Premier Peter Lougheed a Delegation of cabinet mem- bers and Alberta businessmen on a trip to Japan earlier this year. DISEASE VICTIMS Cholera killed nearly 400 per- sons in Indonesia during tha iUrpyoiirbackon 1 Zeniths new Directional Hearing Aid. Zenith's smallest tehind-the-ear _______________I hearing aid, the Westwood gives you "directional" hearing. And, if you find that much of the sound coming from around you is really irritating back- ground noise, this aid may be just right for you. The new microphone in the Westwood "D" tunes down distracting noise from the side and rear, letting you concentrate on the sound you to hear. Come in for a free demonstralion. The quality goes In before name goes on. LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. 715 Paramount Theatre Bldg. Ph. 328-4080 968, shortly before a lour-yea u'tch (o end. He is studying welding at a community college here lopes to become a Cana- dian citizen. Drug ring smashed WASHINGTON (Reuter) The head of the United Slates Bureau of Narcotics announced Monday the smashing of a Latin American-based heroin traffic ring which he said lias been responsible for an esti- mated one cjuarter of the heroin smuggled into the eastern part of the United Slates in the last two years. John Ingei-sol! said the drug ring, alleged to be run by a French expatriate family of or- ganized narcotic traffickers, op- erated in Europe, Latin Amer- ica and reached into the United States. He told a news conference the ring leader was identified only as Mr. Big and is awaiting trial. He did not name the man. He said the drug ring col- lapsed after the arrest of 14 kingpin international heroin traffickers in the U.S., Europe and Latin America. Tngersoil said the investiga- tion is continuing and some other major drug traffickers arc under secret indictment. AT THE LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Friday and Saturday, November 3rd and 4fh Friday to p.m. Saturday a.m. to p.m. FREE Pancake and Sausage Breakfast served Saturday lo a.m. ALL COURSES FREE-NO OBLIGATION YOU'RE INVITED TO PARTICIPATE IN THE COURSE (OR COURSES) OF YOUR CHOICE Most courses are of one hour duration and are the same Friday evening and Saturday morning. SOIL PH TESTING AGRICULTURAL FINANCE DATA PROCESSING (Continuous) WRITE SHORTHAND IN 50 MINUTES (Continuous) PIT YOUR SKILL AGAINST THE TACHISTOSCOPE (Continuous) BUSINESS PROGRAM DISPLAY BEEF GRADlNG-The New System COMMERCIAL COOKING PROGRAM AND FACILITIES ELECTRONICS Past, Present and Fulure OXY-ACETYIENE WELDING DRAFTING FILMS AND DISCUSSIONS MACHINE TOOL METAL CUTTING DEMONSTRATION WHEEL BEARING REPACKING AND INSPECTION DEMONSTRATION DEVELOPMENT READING O STUDENT SERVICES ASSISTANCE- Admission and Program Advisement CAKE AND PASTRY DECORATING JOURNALISM Your Newspaper Today and Tomorrow How Tlie Mass Media Affecls Your Opinion CHEMISTRY LAB DEMON- STRATION (Continuous) PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT BIOLOGY LAB DEMON- STRATION (Continuous) FISHERY RESOURCES OF AlBERTA (Friday only) 9 PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEMON- STRATION: Karate Archery Fencing e LAW ENFORCEMENT FINGER- PRINT PATTERNS CRIMINAL e NURSING SKILLS LAB DEMONSTRATION O AGRICULTURAL MECHANICS C MEAT TECHNICIAN PROGRAM AND FACILITIES G PATTERN DEVELOPMENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE AVAIL- ABLE TO COLLEGE STUDENTS O GOLF O BALLISTICS PROCESSES OF LOADING DEMONSTRATION SEWING WITH KNIT FABRICS fOLKLORE PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE SOCIAL COUNSELLING The Program And Its Purpose HORSEMANSHIP CARE AND TRAINING OF HORSES O MATHEMATICS FOR PARENTS 0 BU1LDNG CONSTRUCTION METHODS AND MATERIALS 0 HAIRSTYLING O WILDLIFE RESOURCES MANAGEMENT O RADIO ARTS O SOCIAL DANCE GYMNASTICS Plus Many Other Courses Tours of the College complex Friday at p.m. and Saturday at 12 Noon {FROM FRONT DOOR OF KATE ANDREWS BUILDING) REMEMBER All courses in "Weekend College" are absolutefy FREE no obligation. FOR INFORMATION CONTACT THE Lethbridge Community College School of Continuing Education Phono 327-2141 Discover the Value in Cosy Winter Coats For Girls Take advantage of these pre-seascn fow prices on cosy Winter coals for your litlle girll (And big (075) Wide-wale corduroy coat with quilt lining. hoocf. Amber, plum, rod. A lo 6x, coll. 1 QQ Special (OSO) Double-breasted coat of "Euro" suede-like fab- ric. Shawl hood. Pile lined. Amber, ftQ cinnamon, plum. 7 lo 12, coll. Special (080) Corduroy coal with pile lining. Shawl head. Red, stone, plum. 7 lo 12, coll. QQ Special........................... AU 77 (080) Corduroy midi coat wilh fake fur at hood, hem, cuffs. Red or plum. B to 14, coll. OQ QQ Special Special (075) "Euro" suede-like cool with pile trim. Self belt. Quilt lining. Red, brown. 4 lo 6x, coll. J Q QA Girls' Wear, Main Floor Shop Eaton's Wednesday from 9 to Uss Your Come True Card. Plccise support Halloween for UNICEF when the children call ori you. EATO ;